Applied Wins SMART Indivo Developer Challenge

by Applied Informatics
WebNotes allows you to bookmark web pages and push them to your Indivo PHR.

We were just informed by the folks at Health 2.0 and the SMART-Indivo platform that our entry was adjudged the best application in the SMART Indivo Challenge! A big congrats to our tech team for getting the application in. We submitted Webnotes, is a really nifty application that allows you to browse the web and bookmark pages of interest that are automatically linked to your personal health record on the Indivo platform.

Specifically, WebNotes is

  1. SMART‐Indivo web app that enables patients to store web page snippets directly into their Indivo PCHR.
  2. The app works across all browsers as a bookmarklet and allows patients to categorize the link into different folders for their problems, medications, allergies or lab results.
  3. Enable patients to share a given snippet with their care network or print to discuss

Why did we build WebNotes?

  1. Patients routinely search for and discuss health information found on the Web with their doctors
  2. Patients often use ad-­‐hoc tools such as notepad, printouts, emails to store and share links found the on the web
  3. Providers are often unable to verify the source of the information

WebNotes in Action

The images below show how the users can use WebNotes to bookmark web pages and save them in their PHR for further review with their providers/caregivers and family members


A user can add the WebNotes Bookmark plugin to their Browser and can then start bookmarking pages as they browse the Internet


Bookmarked Pages can be categorized for different sections of the PHR


Saved Bookmarks can be shared and viewed from the PHR


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